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." the republican race for the white house moves to the deep south, posing new challenges for mitt romney. >>> also a raw look at the horror unfolding in syria. we previewed the upcoming cnn documentary "72 hours under fire." >>> plus an african warlord accused of unspeakable atrocities. now a viral video is calling for his capture, tens of millions of people have already watched it. we want to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." rk vk -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >> all that coming up, but now we get the latest on the kansas republican caucuses. >> i'm don lemon at the cnn newsroom. kansas takes the spotlight in the republican race today. cnn is projecting that rick santorum has won the kansas caucuses. here's the totals here, check them out with nearly all the caucus votes counted, santorum won easily there. he has 51%. romney has a distant second at 21%. kansas is a conservative state with a strong evangelical vote, both playing to santorum's strengths. we bring in chief political correspondent candy crowley jo
, this is very early on of course, but so far, rick santorum with 52% of the vote coming in, mitt romney with 18% and again, only 11% of the expected votes have come in so far and in wyoming, also, a state where we're watching caucuses play out today. mitt romney ahead in that state by 20 points with 42% of the expected votes counted and the polls are open until 6 p.m. eastern we're watching it for you here, for the latest results today. come back to fox news channel and i'll see you in an hour as votes are counted in both of the states. now, back to fox news watch. on fox news watch. rush limbaugh attacks a law school activist after she goes public on the issue. >> that means her an absolu slu prostitute, wants to be paid. >> jon: and bringing out an attack from the left and media hyping the limbaugh story try hard to paint republicans waging war on women and forget about hurtful words for some of their ranks like bill maher. >> i hope that sarah palin gets in so they split the milf vote. >> jon: and a souped day of politics and coverage. >> big state to call, waiting for ohio. >> too close t
washington," romney wins more than he loses, but santorum and gingrich hang in there. >> if the governor thinks he is ordained by god to win, let's have it out. >> iran and talk of war. >> those who are beating the drums of war should explain clearly what they think costs and benefits would be. >> a visit by the israeli prime minister. the energy debate. >> the president of the united states is lobbying against american jobs. >> ninnewt vs. rick. >> i and the tortoise. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> it was not a knockout, but mitt romney did win ohio, massachusetts, virginia, and vermont, and it appears unlikely that santorum working rich or certainly ron paul can come up with enough delegates -- or gingrich or certainly ron paul can come up with enough delegates to take it away from him. according to the latest "loss two journal"-nbc news poll, the republican candidates have taken a beating in this campaign. romney -- peter hart says voters are not sure who the guy is or what his values are. ->> i want to know what you want to be remembered for. >>
romney and newt gingrich skipped. but santorum and paul were. we're watching what's playing out in wyoming and caucuses and the polls open until 6 p.m. eastern, 12 delegates at stake, in that state. and as you know, the goal, 1,144 delegates needed to clinch the nomination, keep it here for the latest results throughout the day and i'll see you again at the bottom of the hour as the votes are counted now in kansas and wyoming. right here on fox news channel. now, we'll get you back to journal editorial report. >> this week on the journal editorial report the republican race heads south. are mississippi and alabama must-wins for newt gingrich and can plus, new york's top putting political correctness above public safety. all that and the obama industry, stocks are up and so is the president's approval rating. how robust is this recovery? >> welcome to the journal, editorial report. i'm stuart varney if for paul gigot. with the super tuesday behind them, her they're headed to the deep south. what could be a make or break day for at least one. three leading contenders. it could tel
on "inside washington," romney wins more than he loses on super tuesday. >> if the governor thinks he is ordained by god it to win, let's have it out. >> iran and talk of war. >> those who are beating the drums of war should explain clearly to the american people what the costs and benefits would be. >> a visit by the israeli prime minister. >> we are together. >> the energy debate. >> the president of the united states is lobbying against american jobs. >> newt versus rick -- who will blink first? >> i am the tortoise. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> it was not an act out, but romney did ohio, massachusetts, virginia, and it looks unlikely that santorum or gingrich or ron paul can come up with enough delegates to take it away from him. but according to the latest "wall street journal"/nbc news poll, the candidates have taken a beating in this campaign. romney -- peter hart says that the voters just don't know who the guy is or what his values are. >> i want to know what you want to be remembered for. >> around my home, i want to be known as a very
wyoming will give him momentum . does mitt romney have what it takes to court it out. we'll ask him if mitt can connect with southern voters. u.s. and israel sit down and talk about iran's nuclear threat. but some are insisting that the president is underestimate the threat that iran poses. chris christy takes on a former navy seal in a town hall meeting. potential vice-presidential pick is getting attention. and honoring world war ii vets before it is too late. i am uma, with america's new headquarter live in the nation's capitol starts right now. first to begin with. another election day and this time can yan - kansas and wyoming voters are casting ballots and they are live with the latest, alisia? >> hi, rick santorum and ron paul pled their cases here in wichita and the air capitol of the world . republicans are think thag rick santorum will likely walk away with the delegates here in kansas. he has the anti-abortion muscle in thitate and is the social conservative favorite . ron paul held three. and he told the grouch he is not after the specific number of delegates but the mor
for you guys. and guess what, mitt romney talking about how he's a southerner trying to appeal to the southern votes. >> good morning, y'all. >> please, don't do it, stop stop. but in fact, we're going to show you how if he's running the campaign like a business, he's a loser. and conservatives, the sharks are in the water, and they're talking about sarah palin. maybe as bad as rush limbaugh. do you know who is saying that? sarah palin. >> have you ever gotten an apology from bill maher. >> no, and i don't ever want to speak to bill maher. >> wow, you got him, sarah. but we're going to have a real debate as to what bill maher said. was it as bad as what rush limbaugh said? also, now conservatives are talking elizabeth warren because she's popular in hollywood. >> hollywood has a new "it" girl. hollywood has followed elizabeth warren big time 12,347 how about scott brown. why don't we look into his finances. do you know where he gets his money? from texas oil guys and wall street bankers. that's a lot worse. we've got that story for you as well. it's showtime. ♪ >> all right,
. the state is known for being socially conservative. mitt romney has not put much effort in winning the 40 delegates delegates. romney got the endorsement of former kansas senator bob dole. if you want to get a lay of the political land in kansas there is only one person to speak to and that is tonight's first guess, thomas frank. thom is a native canskansasan and is the author of "what's the matter with kansas?" you all have read itooned and if you haven't, you have got to read how conservatives won the heart of this once blue state. his most recent book is pi"pity the billionaire." tom, welcome back to the war room. >> great to be here. >> you are looking line a cansn tonight. you look so spiff fy. you look great? >> come on now. >> come on, shucks. what do you make of mitt romney neygnashing gnashing's decision basically to skip kansas? do you think that oohshe's got no chance of winning there? he's decided not to campaign there. >> ? >> /* t surprises me a little bit bit. okay? because when i was growing up there, you know, i grew up in a different time. a
romney and newt gingrich for skipping campaigning in kansas and deciding to move on to the southern states of mississippi and alabama for their primaries on tuesday. take a listen. >> it is sort of a joke that they are out there saying rick is not conservative on this and this when everybody knows that we are the strongest most principled conservative in this race and that all of these attacks are on minutia types of issues that are taken completely out of context and that didn't sell over here in the good people of kansas and that is why they abandoned ship and i think we will find it is not going to sell across this country. >> and santorum has now moved on to missouri. however, rick, there is a lot of weight being put on tuesday's southern primaries. back to you. >> mitt romney and newt gingrich putting a lot of energy into the southern states, right? >> it is really important really for the top three candidates to make a good decent showing in those states and if you listen to the way mitt romney is talking, it sounds like he is trying to lower expectations. he has even said in
now. do you remember when bob dole endorsed mitt romney and complained he didn't like newt, because when he was speaker he would carry an empty bucket that was supposed to be some sort of symbolic thing nobody understood and it was just weird. newt gingrich is doing it again. it's now a gas bucket. that is the whole focus of the newt gingrich campaign now. mitt romney also on the same 2012 version of the drill baby drill thing, yesterday mr. romney was in pascagoula, mississippi, talking about how president obama is against drilling for oil. factually, that is not true. here's oil production under president obama, compared to george w. bush. you can't say this is an anti-oil production president. but those are only the facts and politics are only very rarely about the facts. and republicans finding themselves in an economic environment that is disturbingly positive have decided they can count on high gas prices as their economic argument, making president obama look bad and making them, by extension, look good. there is a flip side to being the drill baby drill guys. when the result
romney, mitt romney's son, with all those other people. in the northern marinas islands. now leave me alone a for "weekends with alex witt." >>> storming a red state, president obama with a new message deep in the heart of texas. >>> surviving the south, will one of the gop candidates be forced to drop out of the race after tuesday? the reviews are in. is the new film about the 2008 presidential race worth watching? we'll talk to a tv critic. >>> it's electric and sticker shock may be the reason plug-in cars are not getting very far with the buying public. we'll examine some new reports. >>> good morning, welcome to "weekends with alex witt." let's get to what's happening right now out there as president obama is striking an optimistic tone with a new message. the president spoke in houston at fund-raising last night on the heels of a new report showing another strong month of job creation. >> over the past two years, businesses have added almost 4 million new jobs. our manufacturers are creating jobs for the first time since the in 1990s. the economy is accelerating, america is comin
. rick santorum has won the state with 53% following behind mitt romney with this percentage, 17%. newt gingrich, 16% and ron paul coming in with 13%. another big contest, of course, the wyoming caucuses with 44% in mitt romney leading so far, 47% and rick santorum with 34% followed by ron paul with 7%. so far no percentage in yet for newt gingrich. to break it all down we'll go to alicia in wichita, kansas. >> reporter: i talked to rick santorum. he says he feels good about what happened in kansas. he did come into the race among the favorite. they wanted someone that reflects that values. >> here is what santorum told me about that. >> i'm being attacked by my opponents in mississippi and alabama, as not being a conservative. yet here in one of the most conservative states in the country they abandoned the field. >> reporter: romney is doing some celebrating of his own. overnight he won 18 delegates on guam and u.s. territories. he is leading in wyoming tonight. gingrich cancelled a plan to go to kansas planning to spend time in mississippi and always. regardless of the outcomes on tu
gas prices. waggles his little gas can. do you remember when bob dole endorsed mitt romney and complained he didn't like newt, because when he was speaker he would carry an empty bucket supposed to be a symbolic thing. newt gingrich is doing it again. now a gas bucket. that is the whole focus of the newt gingrich campaign now. mitt romney also on the same 2012 version of the drill baby drill thing, yesterday mr. romney was in pascagoulpascagou mississippi, talking about how president obama is not for drilling for oil. you can't say that this is an anti-oil production president, but those are the only the repu had can count on high gas prices, high gas prices making president obama look bad, and making them by extension look good. but there is a flip side to being the drill baby drill guys. when the result of the drilling is that you are creating man-made earthquakes in youngstown, ohio, it's not psyched about that. in the united states senate, republicans forced a vote again on the keystone tar sands oil pipeline trying to force president obama to build that tar sands pipel
messages because of economy? >> absolutely, alex. there's very real concern, especially in the romney campaign. he's the fix-it guy, he knows how to turn the economy around, give him a chance. all of a sudden they don't want to look like they're trying to talk down the economy. interesting numbers they point to, which is 60% of americans still think we're on the wrong track. that's a tough number for obama. it's all about trajectory. if people feel like we're moving in the right direction, unemployment rate will still be high in november. if they feel like the president needs a chance to let his policies work themselves out, he'll get re-elected. >> molly, do you think it's dangerous to say at this point that america is coming back if you have people across the country that aren't feeling it yet? >> i think it's the only thing he can say. he has to strike that tone of optimism, convince people things are getting better. i think james is exactly right. it's all about which way people feel like things are going. no matter what number, what level that number is at, if people feel it's he
's quitting time for newt gingrich. what santorum needs, of course s what mitt romney fears. an unobstructed race between the two. also, voter i.d. laws are being passed, allegedly to stop voter fraud. are those new rules really to make voting harder? now for tonight's off the waller. sarah palin says the problem with barack obama is that he wasn't properly vetted back in '08. why would she try out that little sugar plum on the same weekend the game change is coming out? what a movie and what it says about politics at our highest level. we begin with the economy. susan page is washington bureau chief for "usa today." david corny is a political analyst. this economic news today, the number is at 8.3. i thought it might go up. it didn't. also, a half million people joining the work force. >> a third good month of job news. things moving in the right direction for the president. unemployment still pretty high. 8.3%, historically high. no president re-elected with numbers like that. but moving in the right direction. that's the best possible news for barack obama. >> it's steady but not dramatic
to talk about issues rather than talk about mitt romney providing a vision for america. >> sean: we're out of time. have a great weekend. >> greta: tonight the flight from hell. a flight attendant freaks out an american flight 2332. she really loses it. she takes to the interest com saying the plane will crash and talking about 9/11. you'll see it. you'll hear it directly from the passengers who grabbed the unstable attendant. and will speaker gingrich stay or will he go. they are asking that very question. if he loses alabama and mississippi will he fall out? find out. governor christie, he is at it again. >> let me tell you after you graduate w from wall street you are going to get thrown in jail. >> that is the constituent calling him. why? and target of christie sharp tongue, but right now here is donald trump. >> nice to talk to you. >> hello, greta. >> 8.3 unemployment, 227,000 more jobs. donald trump will be happy with that. twitter account, unemployment 9.1% -- real numbers could be 21%. >> people stop looking for jobs think take them out of numbers. what you are looking at is not
and congressional races. i think it's ridiculous. some of the polls i see have mitt romney leading. soe for him to make that statement. he is not a great one. this is not the smartest guy out there. i've watched this for years. i have watched predictions he's made, many winning predictions and negative force for the republican party. >> greta: something makes me think you don't like george will? >> but you are not going to win the presidency. republicans have a very good chance especially when they get their act together and get one candidate. one candidate should be mitt romney. at some point they are going to have to get together and have a candidate because they keep fighting each other they are not fighting obama. obama is very, very vulnerable and oil is going to make him more vulnerable. >> greta: is he vulnerable if the job numbers continue to look better, if gas prices don't soar and if the unemployment levels, but doesn't that make his position more secure than less secure? >> absolutely. it makes him more secure. it's not easy to beat an incumbent president. it's not easy to beat some
heard newt gingrich and mitt romney both deflecting on that note in the last day or so. romney is fixating on the 8.3% unemployment number and saying that in president obama's first term that unemployment rate hasn't gone above 8%. he's not talking about the job growth numbers. he's talking about the unemployment rate. newt gingrich instead said how can they be talking about the job growth numbers when instead gas prices are still so high and i'll get that down to $2.50 a gallon. so they're deflecting. >> yeah, but don't you think it's mostly about trends? if people can see incremental movement and a direction that doesn't seem to be veered from? >> absolutely. and i think that that's the advantage that the president will have and that's why they're deflecting because the trends are inspiring some confidence in the american people right now? >> how about this? do you get any sense from inside the gop campaigns about concern about having to alter the campaign messages because of the trending economy? >> i think there's certainly some trepidation on their part right now. no one r
. "your voice your vote." mitt romney and newt gingrich in a close there for second place there. romney did pick up victory earlier in the day. u.s. territories, guam, virgin islands. and look at this, mitt romney holds a commanding lead for the 1144 delegates needs for the nomination. so as the race now shifts to the south, the bigger question here tonight, is there any way the other candidates can wrestle this away from romney? we asked abc's david kerley to do the math and these numbers are pretty telling, david. >> it is pretty interesting, david. the math says he can't win the nomination, he can, however, help keep mitt romney from getting the nomination before the convention. santorum's big win in kansas was not a surprise and he wasted no time taking on romney. >> we're not electing a ceo, we're electing a commander in chief. and there's one person who has experience doing that. >> reporter: romney and gingrich seeded kansas to santorum. the real battle is tuesday. >> morning, y'all. >> reporter: in the south, romney was not expected to do well in alabama and mississippi but poll
. thank you so much. >> bill: mitt romney once again trying to suede conservative voters to support him. this time in alabama and mississippi. but charles krauthammer has some bad news for the governor. >> female students struggle with a lack of contraceptive coverage that causes financial, emotional and medical burdens. >> bill: tonight, the factor continues its investigation into sandra fluke and how she is becoming a major player in the presidential election. we have some information that might surprise you. >> i, bill maher here, sarah palin agreed to do commentary at fox news, which is actually very similar to her day job talking to a baby with down syndrome. >> bill: outrage growing over the democratic machine accepting a million dollars from bill maher. we'll have a special report on that. caution, you where to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. captions by closed captioning services >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. charles krauthammer has bad news for mitt romney in a moment. we wrap up reporting on sandra fluke. for six days we h
for that. and is there a southern surprise for mitt romney? can he take alabama and mississippi on tuesday? whoa. first up tonight, story of the day. the jobs report. now once again, here's the good news. non-farm payrolls, they did rise 227,000. that's the third straight month above 200. job creation is picking up. that's good. but the bad news is the unemployment rate is stuck at 8.3% and if it were adjusted for normal participation rate it would probably be over 10%. and there are still nearly 13 million people out of work. so let's talk about this whole story. we bring back cnbc contributor robert reisch, who is a former labor secretary and the author of "aftershock." cnbc contributor jim pethakukas of the american enterprise institute. jimmy p, what is the real unemployment rate? okay, i'm glad we're creating more jobs. i think that's great. but what is the real unemployment rate now? >> well, listen, a lot of it has to do with this labor force participation right. if it's back where it was when obama took office, the unemployment rate would be about 10.8. if you use various demograph
needs is what mitt romney fears. an unobstructed race between the two. >>> also republican legislatures are passing voter i.d. laws to allegedly stop voter fraud. but are those new rules really to make voting honestly democratic harder? >>> now for tonight's off the waller. sarah palin has done it again saying the problem with barack obama, if you hadn't noticed, is he wasn't properly vetted back in '08. why would she trot that out on the weekend that "game change" is coming out? >>> and let me finish with "game change." what a movie and what it says about politics. at our highest level in this country. >>> we begin with the economy. what a story it is today and what it means for the president. susan page is washington bureau chief and david corn is washington bureau chief for mother jones and an msnbc political analyst. this economic news today, the number at 8.3%. i thought it might go up. it didn't. also 250,000 people joining the workforce. >> things moving in the right direction for the president. unemployment still pretty high. 8.3% is historically high. no president reelected wit
the choice the fact. mitt romney who's made his business experience and the economy two pillars in his exam pain today had no direct comment about the economic report. but he's slamming obama for something the president never actually said. >> don't forget back in january when the president had just been re-elected or elected for the first time. he said that if we let him borrow $787 billion he would hold unemployment below 8%. the 8% was a frightening number. and it has not been below 8% ever since. >> president obama has never made that comment. but he's been quoted so many times by governor romney a lot of people think it's true. >> four years ago, a newly elected president obama said that if congress would allow him to borrow $787 billion he would keep unemployment below 8%. >> the 8% number came from a report done three weeks before president obama took the oath of office. it did predict that a $785 billion stimulus, might hold unemployment to 8%. but this was just an assessment and not a hard and fast prediction. and president obama never said it. and then there's newt gingrich that p
." mitt romney and newt gingrich in a close there for second place there. in guam, the virgin islands. and look at this, mitt romney holds a commanding lead for the 1100 needs for the nomination. and it shifts to the south, is there any way the other candidates can wrestle this away from romney, david kerley. >> good evening. the math says he can't win the domination, he can, however help keep mitt romney from getting the nomination. santorum was no surprise and he wasted no time taking on romney. >> we're not electing a ceo, we're electing a commander in chief. >> reporter: romney and gingrich seeded kansas to santorum. the real battle is tuesday. >> morning, y'all. >> reporter: in the south, romney was is not expected to do well in alabama and mississippi but polling shows he's competitive. a win there could change this race, possibly forcing another candidate out. newt gingrich has said he needs to win in the south. >> if we can win alabama and mississippi tuesday night, we were reset the campaign. >> reporter: but the math says the best his opponents can do is deny romney before t
. experts say we need at this 185,000 jobs per month to get there. >> mitt romney's speech in birmingham this afternoon reinforced many a criticism of president obama's economic record. alabama singer endorsed mitt romney. mitt romney blasted president obama is handling of the federal deficit, but the candidate backtracked after briefly saying he is not a politician, telling the audience, i kind em. -- kinda am. >> we're finally going to have a balanced budget. [applause] by the way, politicians always say that. i am not really a politician. i guess i kind of an because i was governor for four years. my heart is a conservative businessman. >> he hopes to steal away the deep south. rick santorum is drawing criticism towards mitt romney. in some of his most pointed language of the campaign, he went after his record on health reform. santorum told the supportive audience in kansas that mitt romney reinvented based on political expediency. santorum also pointedly asked the audience, who do you trust? >> the is and gentlemen, we already have one president that does not tell the truth. we do n
from mitt romney, but this victory is not a huge surprise since romney chose not to campaign in this state. david reports from the campaign trail. >> thank you. >> rick santorum was campaigning in missouri today, but his eyes were on kansas. republicans voted in state caucuses with 40 delegates at stake. santorum took the lion's share. >> we've had a very good day in our neighboring state of kansas. we are going to win kansas and the advanced majority of delegates from kansas! >> mitt romney took a breather from the campaign trail saturday after picking up 18 delegates overnight in guam, adding to his wide lead. romney, not expected to do well in the south, has been encouraged by the latest polling in alabama and mississippi, which hold important primaries tuesday. >> morning, y'all, i got started right this morning with a biscuit and cheesy grits, i will tell you, delicious. >> if rom can win a southern state from his more conservative rivals, that would burnish electability factors. for newt gingrich who says the native south is his path to victory, a poor showing could mak
>>> on this saturday night, battle for the south. big wins today for mitt romney and rick santorum. now it's an all out fight in the new battle ground on the trail. >>> trouble in paradise. massive floods, mud slides, hail, even a tornado. one of america's most popular vacation spots in a state of emergency. >>> bowling controversy. the powerful new movie aimed at kids and parents and a firestorm over its rating. >>> rock star. $10 million, 100 nights, and 340 tons. tonight, the big move in l.a. >>> and check it out. one man's way to honor his mom, giving a whole new meaning to the neighborhood library. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. mitt romney and rick santorum went toe to toe again today. battling for delegates. this time in republican caucuses in kansas and wyoming. and once again, the results point to a long and uneven road to the nomination. tonight, nbc news declares santorum the winner by a comfortable 30%. and romney won contests today in guam and the other u.s. territories. while this is increasingly being seen as a two-man race, newt ging
to where we need to be. >> reporter: still, republicans like mitt romney target the fact that the unemployment rate has been stuck above 8% for almost mr. obama's entire presidency. >> my friends, the truth is 8% unemployment is not the best america can do. it's just the best this administration can do. >> reporter: the key, experts say, scott, is not just the state of the economy but how americans perceive it. and although there's been some improvement in consumer confidence, it's still far from where the president needs it to be. >> pelley: norah, thank you. in the race for the republican presidential nomination, kansas holds a caucus this weekend. hawaii, alabama, and mississippi vote on tuesday. the latest poll in mississippi shows a lead for newt gingrich over mitt romney and rick santorum. with all three still in the race it is possible that the republicans won't know who their nominee is before their national convention. nancy cordes has been looking into this. >> morning, y'all. ( applause ) >> reporter: mitt romney poured on newfound southern charm today in jacks
the president's inauguration. republican presidential front- runner mitt romney took note of that fact today, as he had last night in pascagoula, mississippi. >> when he became president, he asked us to let him borrow $787 billion. he said if he got the money, he would keep unemployment below 8%. it has not been below 8% since. this guy had a lot of things to say, but hasn't delivered a lot. >> suarez: former house speaker newt gingrich issued a statement about the job numbers. in it, he said: "any new job is a welcome paycheck for the american worker. but as past recoveries show, the current rate of growth will leave the american economy sputtering for years to come." still, people hunting work have to hope that other recent signs bode well, with consumer confidence at its highest in a year, and new claims for jobless benefits near a four-year low. for more on all this, we turn to lisa lynch, dean of the heller school for social policy and management at brandeis university. she's a former chief economist at the labor department; and diane swonk, senior managing director and chief economist
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